I was doing my studies on bgp and came around this line in configuration guide
the bgp suppress-inactive command was introduced to configure BGP to not advertise inactive routes to any BGP peer. A BGP routing process
can advertise routes that are not installed in the routing information database (RIB) to BGP peers by default. A route that is not installed into the RIB is an inactive route.
When i tried it creating a rib-failure condition, it was still advertising it, when i searched at google, the reason was something related to next hop mismatch. My confusion is, why this condition is not specified in any cisco doc anywhere ? Is it referred in any RFC ?